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Access II will be hosting a free lunch on July 25 in honor of the 24th anniversary of the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act). A free lunch and a short presentation of the services offered by Access II will be held. Lunch will be served from 12 noon to 1 p.m. and the presentation will be at 12:20 p.m. Access II is located at 101 Industrial Parkway in Gallatin.
The annual community summer pool party is back! On Saturday, July 26, from 7:30-11 p.m., the city pool staff, along with the Daviess County Health Department and the Gallatin City Police
On July 14 nearly three dozen area children auditioned for the Mizzoula Children’s Theatre production of Blackbeard the Pirate. All were given parts – from young parrots to bearded pirates – and participated in daily practices. The week-long experience included script memorization, scene staging, full costumes, dress rehearsal, and even an improv workshop.
The professional-scale production, a story of treasure told by Jolly Roger, was presented July 18 and 19
The Gallatin R-5 Board of Education was introduced to the following new members of the school’s faculty during their meeting held July 17 —
Courtney Ray – high school math; Taryn Dustman – high school P. E.; Ron Alden – agriculture teacher and FFA advisor; Pat Johnson – second grade; Xandria Obico – high school band; Crystal Pash – first grade; and Sherri Steinman – sixth grade. A work agreement
To benefit the Wounded Warrior Foundation
Lake Viking Marine will host the first annual Lake Viking Marine Cardboard Boat Race; 5K Run/Walk; and Bike Race/Ride on Saturday, July 26. All proceeds will go to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.
A few pieces of cardboard, some duct tape, a little paint — that’s all you need to build a boat — well, only if it’s meant to sink!
“If somebody makes
The 22nd Annual Farmers’ Electric Area Youth Benefit Fund (AYBF) dinner/auction and golf tournament will be held Aug. 3-4. The dinner/auction will be held at the Chillicothe Elks Lodge on Sunday, Aug. 3. A reception will begin that evening at 5 p.m. with dinner to follow at 6 p.m. A number of silent auctions will be held throughout the reception and the dinner. At approximately 7:15 p.m. the main auction
Gov. Jay Nixon today vetoed two bills that would have redefined the term “livestock” to include captive deer in order to eliminate the role of the Missouri Department of Conservation in regulating white-tailed deer. The governor said those provisions of Senate Bill 506 and House Bill 1326 would go against longstanding successful conservation practices and also would clearly violate the Missouri Constitution, which gives exclusive authority over game and wildlife
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